Throughout the year there is a range of events along the water of Wild Waters in Rohrmoos-Untertal in Schladming.
Below we have listed information about the events around Wild Waters.
Schladming's Bergweihnacht (Christmas in the Mountains) stages several events during advent time, starting end of November.
One of the highlights usually is the "Advent magic in Talbachklamm canyon" at two dates during Advent time. Unfortunately, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic these two events cannot be held in 2020. Thus, we are looking forward even more to the events during advent time 2021.
Further highlights include the Christmas market "Advent am Talbach" near Talbachklamm inn, taking place on the weekends during Advent time.
On Fridays during advent time you can also take part in a guided walk with torches at Talbachklamm gorge (registration at the tourist office Schladming).
Impressions of Schladming's Bergweihnacht and information about the events can be found at www.bergweihnacht.com
The international mountainbike stage race Alpen Tour Trophy takes place in and around Schladming for the 22nd time in 2021.
Alpen Tour Trophy is the biggest mountain bike stage race in Europe and second worldwile, only behind Australia's Crocodile Trophy.
During 4 days the world's best mountain bikers challenge the mountains around Schladming, Ramsau and Rohrmoos. No other mountain bike races offers so many single trails, alpine terrain and such an impressive scenery as the Alpen Tour Trophy in the Schladming-Dachstein region does.
One of the toughest mountain bike competitions with 4 stages along 220 kilometers and 8,800 meters difference in ascents and desscents.
More information at www.alpen-tour.at
The Wild Waters Run takes place already for the 12th time on the first Sunday of October 2021. Competitors challenge 610 metres of altitude on a distance of 14 kilometers with the finish near Riesach lake.
At the 2019 edition (2020 was cancelled due to windthrows, causing fallen trees blocking the route) 84 participants took part, whereby Sabrina Keller from Germany won the ladies competition in a time of 1:17:05, Beate Mayer from Gröbming finishing seconed with a lag of over 4 and a half minutes, and Elena Waschl from Schladming finishing third (almost 6 minutes behind).
The men's competition saw Klaus Gösweiner from Haus finishing first in a time of 1:05:41, local Hans Wieser from Schladming (winner of the 2018 edition) becoming second about one and a half minutes behind, while Nils Oberauer from Ramsau (2 min 46 sec. behind) taking home the third place.
Track record times were out of reach in 2019 - also due to very wet and difficult conditions. The best times are still held by Simon Steiner (1:02:32 in 2015) and Pia-Maria Thoma (1:14:33 in 2014).
Reports, result lists, photos, videos and all information about registration for the run 2021 can be found at www.wiwalauf.com